Proxy voting

Publicly traded companies and mutual funds occasionally make decisions that require shareholder approval through a vote; casting a vote can be performed in person or through a proxy. This page contains more information on any funds from John Hancock Investment Management that are currently conducting proxy votes, as well as records of how our funds have voted in other companies' proxies. 


Proxy voting activity

Our portfolio managers will periodically vote in proxies conducted by companies held in their funds' portfolios. You can review their voting record by following the links below. 

Proxy voting policies and procedures